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New Zealand's Federated Farmers president Bruce Wills claims dairy farmers across the Tasman have been ruined.
Two of North Otago's most iconic stone structures have been badly damaged.
Charolais cattle are thriving in harsh winters and dry summers at Glen Ayr Station in Southland's Paerau Valley.
A focus on protecting marginal areas while lifting productivity of grazeable land has seen a couple win Bay of Plenty's top farm environment award.
Palmerston North scientist Zane Webber has been getting plants in some wild places.
Marlborough vineyards that have been on the market for years are starting to sell as buyers gain confidence in the wine industry again.
Farmers warned they risk ageing alone unless they confront issues around farm succession.